Signed, Sealed, Delivered Ships From Paris with Love


Since the show changed its format from one-hour episodic to two-hour movies, fans of Signed, Sealed, Delivered (also known as POstables) have had long dry spells between movies – the last original movie was back in November. Well, the POstables won’t have to wait much longer. The next installment, Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love premieres this Saturday, June 6th at 9/8c on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries.

Our POstables in the Dead Letter Office are back! When the gang tries to deliver divorce papers that are several years old, they find a very happy couple and question whether they should deliver the lost mail to its owner.

The bigger story, though, is the return of Oliver’s wife, Holly (Poppy Montgomery). Oliver (Eric Mabius) seeks answers to his many questions about why she left him. Will Oliver reconcile with Holly or does Shane (Kristin Booth) now hold his heart?

Meanwhile, the lighthearted tango between Norman (Geoff Gustafson) and Rita (Crystal Lowe) continues while local weatherman and dance instructor Ramon (Zak Santiago) tries to sweep Rita off her feet. Norman frustratedly looks on and we have to wonder, will he finally find the courage to tell Rita how he feels? Or will he just give her more toy crabs?

Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love is by far the best installment in the series yet. POstables will thoroughly enjoy this movie, and will especially enjoy the musical score. It’s clear, in the opening credits and elsewhere in the show, that the show has gained a larger music budget.

Fans of #Sholiver and #Norita will be pleased with the movie (hint: make sure you stick around for the last 10 minutes, #POstables!).

Are you #TeamShaney or #TeamHolly, #POstables? Tweet me @BeTheBuddha with your thoughts!

Signed, Sealed, Delivered: From Paris with Love airs Saturday, June 6th at 9/8c on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. The channel will run a marathon of previous Signed, Sealed, Delivered episodes starting at 9am on the same day – so set those DVRs.

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